Groups: Research and Teaching

Adam Bujnowski

Born 12 December 1972 in Kalinowo, Poland. He was educated in Primary School in Kalinowo (1978-1987) and Electronic Technical School in Giżycko, Poland (1997-1992), then Gdansk University of Technology, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics, where he receives MsC Eng Diploma in 1997. In 2007 he defended his PhD Thesis on „Differential Impedance Tomography”.
From 1997 he is working at Biomedical Engineering Department ath the faculty. In parallel he was working as a younger assistant at Radiology Department in Gdansk Medical University’s hospital (1999-2007) and as an professor assistant at Olsztyn Higher Scholl of informatics and Management (2008-2013).
He is mainly interested in biomedical electronics – from construction of devices to data visualization. He is particularly interested in bioimpedance, biosignal acquisition and ambient assisted living technologies including IoT, especially for elders assistance.

Antoni Nowakowski

He celebrated  on 1 March 2017 the 50-unniversary of employment at the Gdansk University of Technology. He used to be a vice-rector of TUG (1990-1996), the founder and head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering (1991 – 2013), a member of many scientific institutions, as PAU, vice-president of the CODATA PKN and CODATA Executive Board in Paris. He served as an expert to ISTC EU and Healthcare Telematics and to several Polish institutions, as Ministry of Science. He is a member of the Committee of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering and the Committee of Medical Physics, Radiobiology and Diagnostic Imaging Polish Academy of Sciences and several other scientific bodies. He published several books and many scientific papers. He is a member of editorial boards of several scientific journals and an editor of the QIRT Journal. He received many awards and medals including Krzyż Komandorski OOP.

Jerzy Wtorek

Received PhD and habilitation in biomedical electronics in 1986 and 2004. He was the main researcher or coordinator of many scientific projects and is the author of 7 books, more than 200 refereed publications, and 16 patents. Currently, he is the Dean of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics, GUT. He was a leader of the recently completed DOMESTIC project that resulted in a home system for health and activity monitoring of elderly. The elements of the system include intelligent diagnostic armchair, the smart scale (with ECG measurements), the smart bathtub supporting safe bathing preserving the privacy of a person, etc. The system received many international and national awards. It was also demonstrated at CeBIT fairs.

Mariusz Kaczmarek

Received M.Sc., Eng. in Electronics in 1995 from Gdansk University of Technology, Ph.D. in Medical Electronics in 2003 and habilitation in Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering in 2017. He was an investigator in about 13 projects receiving a number of awards, including four best papers, practical innovations (7 medals and awards) and also the Andronicos G. Kantsios Award and Siemens Award. Main research activities: the issues of active dynamic thermography (ADT), use of thermography in medical diagnostics – in cardiosurgery, burns diagnostics, postoperative wound healing. The research also includes problems related to image processing and AAL – Ambient Assisted Living. Author of more than 140 papers (WoS), and several patent applications (Hirsh index = 14:; ORCiD). For many years he has been involved in activities related to the popularization of science among people from outside the university.

Jacek Ruminski

Received M.Sc., Eng. in Electronics in 1995, Ph.D. in Computer Science in 2002 and habilitation in Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering in 2016. He has spent about 2 years working on projects at different European institutions. Dr. Ruminski was selected as the expert to the European Standardization Body and was active in Polish Standardization Body (Health Informatics). He was a coordinator or an investigator in about 20 projects receiving a number of awards, including for best papers, practical innovations and the Andronicos G. Kantsios Award. Dr. Ruminski is the author of about 200 papers, several patent applications and patents. Recently he was a main coordinator of the European eGlasses project.
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